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business owneners. the thing we hear about is extending or not extending the bush tax cuts to people earning over $250 thourk. it affects a tiny percent of small business owners, 3%. >> isn't that 3% really where the job creators are? >> that's what the romney campaign says, yes, indeed. the nfib says it is responsible for 700,000 jobs if you raise taxes you will lose 700,000 jobs. it is very hard to get down to those numbers. >> how is business going for the small business group which is response able for job creators? >> definitely better than a few years ago. access to capital has been a big issue. small business lending is up. a lot of exciting things on the horizon. crowd funding with the jobs act will be available presumably sometime next year. so, and optimism is up, but there's a lot of uncertainty still and people say to me my biggest problem is demand. i need customers through the door. for thato happen the economy needs to get better. >> we need to see a better demand story. what about the expense, health care reform is one thing we hear from small business, businesses wit
about is extending the bush tax cuts. it is that very tiny percent. 3%. is that really where the job raeters are? >> that is what the romney campaign says. it's responsible for 700,000 jobs if we raise those, we're going to lose 700,000 jobs. >> very hard to get down to those numbers. how is business going for this small group that is responsible for such job creators? >> okay, it is definitely better than a few years ago. they're a lot of new exciting things, with the jobs act is going to be available sometime next year. optimism is up, but there's a lot of uncertainty and people say my biggest problem is demand. i need customers through the door. for that to happen, the economy needs to get better. >> what about the expense side of the business. health care reform. businesses with less than 50 full time businesses are except from the requirements to offer health insurance or pay a penalty? >> exactly. but once you get to 50, 96% of businesses already offer health care, so the requirement they'll have to isn't going to change that much for most businesses. earlier in the show, basic
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